Behind star freshman righthander Mason Pelio, BC avoided a series sweep and claimed yet another ranked victory, knocking off the No. 3/1 Wolfpack on Sunday afternoon.
Bolstered by a combination of senior leadership and freshman talent, the Eagles took two of three games against the Seminoles on the road.
Behind 6 2/3 innings of one-run ball from freshman Mason Pelio, BC fought off a late rally from the Tigers and avoided a series sweep at home on Sunday afternoon in front of a good crowd.
The Eagles lineup struggled mightily against Tigers freshman Davis Sharpe, while Clemson didn’t have similar issues getting to BC senior Dan Metzdorf in a convincing 8-1 victory.
BC couldn’t make the most of its chances, stranding 12 runners on base en route to a disappointing third straight loss, this one to nearby Northeastern.
Weekly Roundup: Women’s Hockey Moves to Hockey East Semifinals, Baseball Splits Four Games in Kentucky
In the latest edition of our weekly roundup, we take a look at women’s hockey sweeping Connecticut in the Hockey East quarterfinals, baseball splitting four games in Kentucky, and much more.
BC baseball continued its travels to start the season. The Eagles split four games over the weekend, losing twice to Evansville while returning the favor against Eastern Kentucky.
The Eagles were firing on all cylinders in their first series of the season as newcomers Sal Frelick and Cody Morissette excelled in their debuts.
A disappointing season for BC came to an end in Miami this past week, as the Eagles were handed back-to-back losses by the host Hurricanes, both by razor-thin margins that mirrored the shaky year they had.